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Child has frequent motions, seems to be afraid to pass motions. Cure?

my daughter is 3 years old . she goes motion 2-3 days once. she suffers a lot. Now she is very afraid of going motion. i think that part is paining also. how to cure this problem. i used to keep durcolax. two times given baby enema also. but the problem persist. pls give me proper advice. diet: 1 cup milk with boost 2 idly s with sambar or chutney lunch: rice with curd,sambar,or rasum evening: 1 cup milk with boost night: again rice email: YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Fri, 14 Dec 2012
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Feb 2013
Your child is having constipation and as she is passing hard stools. Because of hard stools while passing stool there will me mucosal tear of rectum causing sever pain and followed by secondary infection there results in severe pain and this will cause holding of stool in further causing it hard. Its like a viscious cycle. Some times fissure develops and this causes pain while passing stool. You have to change the diet of the child by adding more dietary fibre rich foods like fruits, vegetable and raagi. Plenty of oral fluids should be take and make habit of going to toilet daily. Still problem you can give oral lactulose syrup daily till stool softens after your doctor advise.
Answered: Sat, 22 Dec 2012
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